to the moon, athena
AusGamers caught up with 2K Australia and Randy Pitchford to discuss the recently revealed Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and why Australia is making an impact on the moon. Click for more!
inquisitive minds
AusGamers managed to catch-up with BioWare's Cameron Lee, an Aussie expat who serves as a producer on Dragon Age: Inquisition. Check out our full interview!
oracle of ages
Batman: Arkham Knight is set to be Rocksteady's final in the Arkham series, so it's fitting that it's just so damn big. And Batmobiles. Nuff said. Click for more!
Trial By Dirt Bike
We take a look at the fourth title in the Trials series, and the first to hit next-gen platforms. Does it live up to the name? Find out in our review!
Tuesday, 17 December 2013
Post by Eorl @ 08:28am 17/12/13 | 304 Comments
The moment many survivors have been waiting for is finally here as the standalone version of popular ArmA 2 mod DayZ is now officially available on Steam Early Access in a surprise release to the world.

Originally launching in 2012 as a spin-off mod for popular army strategy FPS ArmA 2, DayZ gained mass appeal very rapidly with over one million people to date having played the mod. Creator Dean "Rocket" Hall announced at the end of 2012 that a standalone version was in the works that would bring together what the mod made popular in a more cohesive design, allowing further support for grand ideas like building bases or better zombie AI.

Those looking to purchase the game will find that DayZ Standalone is available at $29.99, though Hall recently stated that he will adopt the business model of games like Minecraft, with the price increasing as it moves from Alpha, to Beta, to Release. As always with Early Access games on Steam, Hall has provided a stern warning that the game is far from finished, and will contain a multitude of bugs. Servers especially are currently locked down, with users unable to host their own at all.

"DayZ Early Access is your chance to experience DayZ as it evolves throughout its development process. Be aware that our Early Access offer is a representation of our core pillars, and the framework we have created around them. It is a work in progress and therefore contains a variety of bugs. We strongly advise you not to buy and play the game at this stage unless you clearly understand what Early Access means and are interested in participating in the ongoing development cycle.”

Monday, 16 December 2013
Post by Dan @ 01:19pm 16/12/13 | 0 Comments
So you've played Euro Truck Simulator 2, and enjoyed the focused serenity of hauling road freight across simulated continental Europe, but still felt empty inside, as if there was a key element missing from the experience: if only that tanker in your rear view could be another real human big rig enthusiast and not just the cold 1s and 0s of AI traffic.

But there's hope! That hole in your digital truckin' life might soon be getting filled, as a team of Polish modders are working on bringing multiplayer to the game. Connnnnvvvoooooy!
"ETS2MP is an upcoming mod for the game Euro Truck Simulator allowing you to participate in convoys with people from all over the world on our Global Servers! Make new friends as you venture around Europe ensuring that you stick to the time limits or your company might get a fine! Trucking could never be more real with the use of a CB Radio to communicate with the others around you, however don't forget mistakes can cost you! Also within ETS2MP's global servers there will be extra custom maps available for you to drive too such as the 'Meeting Point' created especially for special events."
You know you want it! Watch the trailer below, and a Youtube video of what should be the soundtrack for every video recorded from this mod (thanks PC Gamer, then head over to the ModDB project page of the team's official website for more details.



Post by Dan @ 11:19am 16/12/13 | 3 Comments
Sparing no expense and overcoming some significant regulatory hurdles, Electronic Arts Australia is now using an actual tank to promote its flagship shooter Battlefield 4.

Referred to as the Battlefield 4 Armoured Division, the decommissioned military vehicle been kitted out with 6 high-performance gaming PC stations, in partnership with custom PC retailer Origin PC, which EA will be rolling around the country to demo Battlefield 4 at expos and . It was reportedly acquired from Russia, and while we're told it's still drivable (under intensely strict conditions), the weapons systems are presumably no longer functional.

EA will be touring Australia throughout 2014 to promote Battlefield 4 and it's five scheduled DLC expansions China Rising, Second Assault, Naval Strike, Dragon’s Teeth, and Final Stand.

No specific dates and places for its public appearances have been confirmed yet, but will likely appear on this official page over at originpc.com.au.



Post by Dan @ 10:49am 16/12/13 | 3 Comments
The gumshoes at Fusible have been sniffing the US Patent and Trademark Office again and have discovered a couple of new filings by Ubisoft as well as corresponding Internet domain name registrations by same for a game titled Battle of Heroes: Land of Immortals (thanks VG247).
Battle of Heroes: Land of Immortals (1): “Entertainment services namely providing an on-line computer game for others over global and local area computer networks and providing information on-line relating to computer games and video games.”

Battle of Heroes: Land of Immortals (2):”Game software and electronic game programs, namely, software games recorded on CD-ROM and digital video discs for computers; software games recorded on CD-ROMs, digital video discs, and cartridges for console and individual, portable gaming systems; software games that are downloadable from a remote computer site and electronic game software for mobile phones, personal digital assistants, and handheld computers.”
The name clearly sounds so sterotypically MOBA/ARTS, in the vein of Heroes of Newerth, Heroes of the Storm and League of Legends, and MOBAs are still so hot right now.

Could it be a lane-based action strategy game padded with Ubisoft heroes like Sam Fisher, Rayman and Prince of Persia? That might be a bit too weird, but let's wait and see what eventuates.
Post by Dan @ 10:36am 16/12/13 | 4 Comments
At Variety's recent 'Dealmakers breakfast' event in Los Angeles, the film and television publication spoke with Nancy Tellem -- a former TV executive who is now the President of Entertainment and Digital Media at Microsoft -- about the company's venture into original TV programming on the Xbox platform, reportedly confirming that the first of its new shows will start screening over Xbox Live on both the Xbox One and Xbox 360 in early 2014 (thanks VG247).
“We’re hoping we will be able to put something up in the first quarter, at minimum second quarter,” said Tellem

...“I’m incredibly ambitious and impatient,” said Tellem, who took the job to produce original content for the Xbox platform in 2012. Because of that, the time it’s taken to develop the first slate of series, including a high-profile project based around “Halo,” with Steven Spielberg producing, has been “slower,” but “reflecting on what we’ve done and what lies ahead, it’s been pretty good.”

...“We aren’t Netflix, we aren’t Amazon, we’re a different animal,” she said. “We’re neither or we’re a little like them. It all depends. The lack of black and white and this is the template and this is what we’re following is very difficult. As we continue to do deals everyone’s going to get more comfortable.”

...And when it comes to original programming, “we’re trying to focus on whether it’s only on Xbox or best on Xbox,” Tellem said, referring to exclusive series or interactive features added to NFL broadcasts, for example.

But if a show “doesn’t resonate, interactive features won’t matter,” Tellem said.
The highest profile original programming in the works is obviously the Stephen Speilberg produced Halo project announced during E3, but there has also been talk of interactive NFL football programming and Alan Wake/Max Payne developer Remedy Entertainment's upcoming Xbox One exclusive game will have a transmedia scripted drama offering also expected to be delivered over the new service.
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:22am 16/12/13 | 0 Comments
Ubisoft's Rainbow Six: Patriots will be heading back into development, from scratch, after it was revealed the original vision -- and subsequent work -- on the game just wasn't delivering.

"We had a core team. They had a good vision. They got started, and then the game wasn't working. So [they had] to start again," Ubisoft's Laurent Detoc told IGN. "Now they’re going to have the benefit of the new consoles, if and when it comes out. It’s one of those examples where you try, it doesn’t work, you try again. If it doesn’t work, we’re not going to bring it to you.

"Could it become a shooter with another name in the end, because the team doesn't want to do counter-terrorist guys? Say they want to be in a mercenary setting? That's possible," he added.

No actual gameplay for Patriots has ever seen the night of day, however, a pre-rendered video showcasing the team's ambitious vision for the next installment in the beloved series created quite a bit of buzz a while back. Watch it embedded below.

Saturday, 14 December 2013
Post by Dan @ 04:24pm 14/12/13 | 12 Comments
After Valve released v1.0 (Alchemist) of its Linux-based SteamOS this morning, we managed to take a quick look and give a brief roadtest. As the developer has repeatedly cautioned, it is very much beta and a work-in-progress, so features are pretty thin on the ground at this early stage.

We did have encounter a few hurdles trying to navigate the rather limited hardware requirements of this initial build, but managed to get it up and running, playing several games, supporting a wired Xbox 360 controller, with audio and other system devices working surprisingly well out of the box.

By default, the SteamOS system boots directly into the Steam Client, which is both visually and functionally very similar to Steam's Big Picture mode on Windows, with some additional OS hooks. If you then enable the option to exit to the desktop, you can quit the client and drop out to a traditional Gnome Desktop Environment. To save yourself the hassle of navigating the install process to see a brand new bare-bones operating system, check out this pair of videos we captured of the current SteamOS user interface experience below.

If you do still want to download it yourself, you can find out local download links here in this post.


Download SteamOS "SteamOS v1.0 Steam Client" Direct Feed Video


Download SteamOS "SteamOS v1.0 Desktop" Direct Feed Video


A an added bonus, click the thumbs below for three wallpaper-sized images found within the debut build of SteamOS. The first one is the default wallpaper in the SteamOS desktop environment, the second the splash screen seen during boot, and the third is from the installer.

Post by Eorl @ 01:16pm 14/12/13 | 0 Comments
Independent developer Archive Entertainment has today revealed that their retro-style 2D massively multiplayer game 8BitMMO is now available on Steam Early Access. Feature 100% player-built world, 8BitMMO offers players a truly sandbox world filled with all kinds of content.
8BitMMO is a retro-style 2D massively multiplayer game! It's a giant construction sandbox -- you can build a home or a castle in a persistent streaming world. Found and manage your own city. Fight evil LawyerCats and engage in Player vs Player battle.
You can find more on the title over at the Steam page, and those interested will find the game running at $9.99 though a Steam Founder's Pack Deluxe is also available at $19.99 and includes 5,040 gold, 36 plat, and two exclusive hats.
Post by Eorl @ 12:28pm 14/12/13 | 5 Comments
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has announced through their blog the free games heading to PlayStation Plus subscribers, with titles like DMC Devil May Cry and Borderlands 2 heading to PlayStation 3 users come January.

Starting 8th January 2014 PlayStation 4 users will get access to Klei Entertainment's survival game Don't Starve, with 24th December offering both Borderlands 2 and DmC Devil May Cry to PlayStation 3 users. Those on Sony's PlayStation Vita handheld will get access to Japan Studio's Soul Sacrifice and fighting game Blazblue Continuum Shift Extend from December 24th.

As a reminder, the titles leaving PlayStation Plus on 24th December are Grid 2, Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen and Sonic and All-stars Racing Transformed. On 8th January Contrast leaves PlayStation 4 so make sure you grab them up now to add to your ever-growing backlog of games.
Post by Dan @ 12:14pm 14/12/13 | 7 Comments
As promised Valve Software this morning released the first public distribution of SteamOS, its ambitious Linux-based operating system targeting at bringing the PC into the loungeroom.

AusGamers now has a download mirror for the 960MB installer right here, or you can get it directly from Valve's official repository.

A new sitelet on the Steam website explains the current state of the software, cautioning that in it's current form it's very much for tinkering enthusiasts only, and non-technical users should steer well clear for the time being.
So, what is SteamOS Beta?

SteamOS Beta is an early, first-look public release of our Linux-based operating system. The base system draws from Debian 7, code named Debian Wheezy. Our work builds on top of the solid Debian core and optimizes it for a living room experience. Most of all, it is an open Linux platform that leaves you in full control. You can take charge of your system and install new software or content as you want.

So, what is it not?

As an early release, much is changing, so expect rough edges. In its current state, SteamOS is definitely not a finished product ready for a non-technical user.

Most importantly, it currently only supports a certain set of hardware (you can read more in our FAQ). We are hard at work to expand this list.

That being said, we already use it in our living rooms. We are excited about what it is and what it will become. And the more of you do the same and tell us about your experiences, the quicker those rough edges will be sanded off.

Users should not consider SteamOS as a replacement for their desktop operating system. SteamOS is being designed and optimized for the living room experience.
Importing points of note for those considering checking it out:
  • installation currently requires a harddrive wipe, so it cannot be used in a dual-boot scenario yet -- you will lose all of your data if you try.
  • AMD brand GPUs are reportedly not currently supported, it's Nvidia only at present, and 64-bit processor is mandatory also.
  • UEFI boot support is required, so it won't currently function with older BIOS-only motherboards.
If none of that sways you download it locally from AusGamers.

Update: You can now also download the 2.41GB SteamOS System Restore installation option here from AusGamers.
Post by Eorl @ 11:46am 14/12/13 | 0 Comments
Those of you who may have picked up an Xbox One and contemplating whether to throw down your hard earned cash at Capcom's zombie-killing title Dead Rising 3 will be happy to hear that a limited 20-minute demo is now available to satisfy your undead tastebuds.

The announcement comes from Xbox Live's Major Nelson, who also revealed new details on the very first DLC you can expect for Dead Rising 3. Titled Operation Eagle, the new DLC will put you in the boots of Spec Ops Commander Adam Kane who is given a mission that "challenges everything he believes in" — he has to find and capture the President of the United States. It will contain that mission plus five new weapons to tinker with, a new combo weapon, a new vehicle, an outfit and additional Gamerscore.
As opposed to Nick, who is relatively good willed in nature facing military opposition, Adam is a by the books soldier with a crew of Spec Ops fighting for him. You get to take on some over the top military weapons and an armored vehicle that spews bullets. You get to take on missions that go against what Nick would have fought for, but as you discover through the story you can also relate to how Adam struggles to follow through on his difficult orders.
Capcom's executive producer Josh Bridge revealed that this DLC is only the first of four planned, all revolving around the Untold Stories of Los Perdidos experiences. Each episode will focus on a new individual, one who is trying to survive in parallel with the game's original protagonist Nick Ramos.

Dead Rising 3's demo is now available on Xbox One and the Operation Eagle DLC will be dated at a later time, with a price point of $9.99 though is also included in the Season Pass. You can read up more on the DLC at Major Nelson's blog post.
Post by Eorl @ 11:27am 14/12/13 | 3 Comments
Alien: Isolation developer The Creative Assembly has been quiet on the project for some time now, but recently two art assets were leaked online, sending the Internet into a haze trying to uncover just what exactly to expect. Now four new screenshots have found their way online.

These four new images were apparently leaked through Twitter, with Eurogamer confirming their validity however Sega is refusing to comment on the leaks. Currently nothing official has ever been said on the game, though it is being reported that it will revolve around Amanda Ripley, daughter of the Ellen Ripley, who was famously played by Sigourney Weaver in the movies.

Earlier in October Kotaku reported that the game is still in development, and supposedly a first-person shooter "that uses both stealth and horror elements; and it's inspired by games like Dishonored and Bioshock." The game is said to be coming to both past-gen and new-gen consoles (presumably PC as well) sometime next year. Check out the shots below.



Post by Dan @ 09:45am 14/12/13 | 4 Comments
Valve Software is expected to release SteamOS very soon, having mentioned earlier this week in an official blog post that its ambitious Linux-based operating system would be made available for download on December 13 2013. Given that at the time of this post it's around 2:45pm in Seattle, Valve Time anomalies notwithstanding that means those of us in Eastern Australia should find it online before dinner time today.

Assuming it's permitted, we'll do our best to get a local download mirror up here on AusGamers, but while we wait, let's talk about what we know about SteamOS. Despite it's potential significance to PC gaming we actually don't know a whole lot.

Since it's announcment in late September, Valve has offered very little elaboration beyond the initial overview that outlined its intentions to bring the open systems of PC gaming (sans Microsoft Windows) into the living room with a host of media features and a community-driven philosophy.
With SteamOS, “openness” means that the hardware industry can iterate in the living room at a much faster pace than they’ve been able to. Content creators can connect directly to their customers. Users can alter or replace any part of the software or hardware they want. Gamers are empowered to join in the creation of the games they love. SteamOS will continue to evolve, but will remain an environment designed to foster these kinds of innovation.
Early media reports from press that have had an opportunity to preview a functioning Steam Machine have focused more on the prototype hardware and Steam Controller than functionality of the OS, even though it's the arguably the most important factor.

Marlimim over at SteamDB has compiled a pretty comprehensive list of everything gleamed so far from comments made by Valve and bits and pieces found in beta versions of the Steam client. Valve itself has cautioned users that are not "intrepid Linux hackers" to hold off until later in 2014 to try it out, suggesting it will be very raw until the Linux community are able to start getting other common applications working on it. If you don't care if it's a bit rough around the edges, stay tuned for a download link as soon as we have it.

Update: SteamDB reports that SteamOS has now been pushed to the official repository. A 960MB installer can be downloaded here (although it's currently experiencing connection issues, presumably to excessive demand): and it's based on Debian 7.1 Wheezy . A Github tracker has been established here and a list of installed packages here.

Update 2: An official FAQ is now online .
SteamOS is a fork (derivative) of Debian GNU/Linux. The first version (SteamOS 1.0) is called 'alchemist' and it is based on the Debian 'wheezy' (stable 7.1) distribution.
Update 3: AusGamers now has a local download mirror for SteamOS Installer v1.0 (Alchemist) (SteamOSInstaller.zip) right here. Have at it folks.
Friday, 13 December 2013
Post by Eorl @ 05:31pm 13/12/13 | 0 Comments
Announced earlier this year, developer Lionhead Studios has today revealed that their HD-ified Fable Anniversary title will be making its way to Xbox 360 come February 7th next year.
“We’re really excited to bring Fable to Xbox 360,” said Ted Timmins, Lead Designer on Fable Anniversary. “It’s the game that the Fable community has been asking for, so we wanted to make sure Fable Anniversary delivered the definitive Fable experience for both long-time fans and newcomers to the franchise.”

In Fable Anniversary, you play as The Hero, an orphan whose destiny you shape through in-game decisions that influence not only his development as a hero, but the fate of the entire realm. In addition to Fable’s original storyline, Fable: Anniversary includes the expansion pack, Fable: The Lost Chapters.
As enticement to revisiting Albion and the previous console generation, the game will include a "Launch Day Weapons & Outfits Pack." The highlight in there is "a lute weapon," because next to a keyblade, just incase you wanted to rock out while hitting your enemies.

Post by Dan @ 03:47pm 13/12/13 | 23 Comments
Andreessen Horowitz, the investment form founded by Mosaic creator and Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen has seeded US$75 million into ambitious virtual reality startup Oculus in a move that will also see the tech industry veteran take a place on the company's board.

Andreessen also currently sits on the board of other high profile tech companies such as Facebook, eBay and HP, so his support of Oculus is a pretty massive vote of confidence in the company from someone that has picked some serious winners in his time.

Tech publication Wired reports on comments from 'sources close to the conversation', that "the funding is based on a valuation of more than $250 million".
It is the largest investment thus far in Oculus, a company founded last year by 19-year-old Palmer Luckey. (The Rift first surfaced at the E3 videogame trade show last summer, when legendary programmer John Carmack brought a duct-taped prototype to the show.) Luckey envisioned the Rift as a DIY kit for hobbyists; but after bringing on two partners, Oculus began selling an early version to software developers through Kickstarter in August 2012.

Chris Dixon, an investor at Andreessen Horowitz, said that while he’d been impressed with the Kickstarter devkit, he was concerned by several technical obstacles that it had yet to overcome. But after a recent visit to Oculus’ headquarters in Irvine, California, Dixon — along with Marc Andreessen and two other partners — saw a new prototype that changed his mind.

“I think I’ve seen five or six computer demos in my life that made me think the world was about to change,” he tells WIRED. “Apple II, Netscape, Google, iPhone… then Oculus. It was that kind of amazing.”
The move is expected to spur the development of a consumer version of the still prototyping Oculus Rift head-mounted display, and the conversation suggests that launch intentions are aimed at 2014.

Our own impressions of the currently available devkit prototype reflect the reserved experience described by Chris Dixon above, so if things have improved as much as his comments suggest, we can't wait to try out a consumer-ready device.
Post by Eorl @ 03:28pm 13/12/13 | 21 Comments
Today Ubisoft announced that Freedom Cry, the post launch downloadable content for their pirate-themed title Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, will be available to eager ship sailors come next week. Those on the PlayStation brands will find the DLC available come December 18th while all other platforms will gain access to the DLC come December 17th.

The single-player DLC comprises nine missions, in which players take on the role of former slave Adewale. Now first mate to blond buccaneer Edward Kenway, Adewale finds himself washed up in Haiti, or as it was back then, the French-owned colony of Saint-Domingue, a land itself plagued by slavery. Although he begins unarmed and crewless, Adewale finds new weapons in a machete and blunderbuss gun, as well as a personal reason to fight.

"We're still true to how his character was established in Black Flag," said AC4 Lead Writer Jill Murray on Ubisoft's blog. "He's not standing in for every black man who was ever a slave in the 18th century. He's Adéwale. He's the character we know. He has the wit that we've come to expect; he has heart. We see him as an older guy. He's matured and changed in some small ways. I think those are the kinds of character details that always take precedence over pretty much everything else that can happen in the story."

Those interest in the new DLC will find it available at a standalone price of $9.99, though it is also included in the $19.99 Season Pass.

Post by Eorl @ 02:28pm 13/12/13 | 7 Comments
Those lucky enough to be invited into the closed beta for Diablo 3's first expansion, Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls, can now begin playing, developer Blizzard Entertainment announced today (via Polygon).

Anyone who was previously in the very closed off Friends & Family beta will find their access automatically granted to the closed beta, and if you are looking at copying your already existing character over from vanilla Diablo 3 you can do so, though only once every 72 hours.

"As this is a test server, please anticipate uneven game performance, and note that restarts and downtime may occur without warning," reads a note from Blizzard in the beta FAQ. "We'll provide information regarding extended downtimes, should they occur, in the Reaper of Souls General Feedback forum."

Beta participants will find the closed beta contains all the content in the expansion, including the final boss fight. Blizzard are using this testing phase to gather further bug reports and tweak all the new content coming in the first expansion.

Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls is expected to launch sometime in 2014. For more on the expansion check out our latest interview with lead level designer Matthew Berger on all things Nephalem.
Post by Eorl @ 12:42pm 13/12/13 | 2 Comments
Rockstar has reminded us that the PlayStation 2 title Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is now available on iOS mobile devices, giving you the chance to head back to the early 90s with CJ and the Grove Street Families.
Encompassing Los Santos, San Fierro, Las Venturas and everything in between, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas has been upgraded for its mobile release. Newly remastered graphics including dynamic and detailed shadows, greater draw distance, an enriched color palette, plus enhanced character and car models make this the best-looking version of San Andreas yet.
The mobile title also features brand new touch controls including contextual control options to display buttons only when you need them and three different control schemes for driving and maneuvering, as well as a reworked checkpoint system for easier progression.

Get your Grove Street life on through Apple's App Store for $7.49, which is available on iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPod Touch 5th gen, iPad 2, 3rd and 4th generation, iPad Air, iPad Mini and iPad Mini with Retina Display.
Post by Dan @ 12:15pm 13/12/13 | 4 Comments
Indie developer Uber Entertainment has announced --by way of a rather offbeat press release-- a partnership with European publisher Nordic Games to bring their crowdfunded strategy game Planetary Annihilation to retail markets.
Nordic Games and Uber Entertainment were going to announce one of those taxi startups, but sending suited Scandinavians around the world to deliver new games turned out to be WAY too expensive. Who knew! Instead, the two gaming giants are announcing an exciting partnership to bring the retail version of Planetary Annihilation to market, as well as a non-exclusive partnership to handle the online release.

"It's a busy time for Nordic Games, especially as we've just finished buying all these black cars," said Klemens Kreuzer, Managing Director at Nordic Games, wearing a grey three-piece. "We're all dressing much better and we're bringing a legendary RTS franchise to players around the world with some very special retail SKUs for the hardcore fan."

"Nordic Games is helping us deliver the next-generation of real-time strategy gaming to our Kickstarter backers and global fan base," said Jon Mavor, CTO at Uber Entertainment, not wearing a suit at all. "We can't wait to show the press and fans what we've put together, it's a very exciting time to be a part of Uber Entertainment. I should clarify we're not THAT Uber. Nice suits, though."
Billed as somewhat of a spiritual successor to Total Annihilation guys from a team littered with former TA devs, Planetary Annihilation is currently kicking it beta form on Steam Early Access and the Humble Store, but an official release date for the completed game remains as "when it's done".
1 2 ... 45 46 47 48 49 50
 
Log In
User:  
Pass:  

Advertise with Us | Download Media Kit | Privacy Policy | Contact Us
© Copyright 2001-2014 AusGamers™ Pty Ltd. ACN 093 772 242.
A Mammoth Media web development / Australian VPS Hosting by Mammoth Networks